Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Drama
An Indian man with a magnanimous heart takes a young mute Pakistani girl back to her homeland to reunite her with her family.
Bajrangi Bhaijaan will be released in China under the title "Little Lolita Monkey God Uncle"; "monkey god" is a rough translation of "Bajrangi" while "little lolita" and "uncle" reference the characters.
For the whole film, Pawan is shown as a Bajrangi follower and also shown that he never lies. But, when Munni meets Pawan/Bajrangi for the first time, he offers her Parathas and leaves her at a temple saying "Hum aate hai" meaning that he will come back. Next minute he is shown catching a bus and leaving. He lied, whereas the character in the film is never lying. However, within some cultures in India, while departing, people bid adieu with the words, "main/hum aate hain" (I'll be returning) as a mark or gesture that the person leaving shall eventually return and not leave forever (as in, Die). Pawan, being a devout Hindu, subscribes to this ideology and tries to politely say goodbye using the words, "Hum aate hain".
$900,000 (USA) (31 July 2015)
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